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In their business

A look at some of the businesses and business people making news in the north and west metro Denver areas


JoAnn Gould joins Apex

JoAnn Gould has joined the Apex Park and Recreation District management team. Gould brings expertise and experience to the district to serve as Deputy Director of Recreation Services. Gould most recently worked at South Suburban Park and Recreation District, where she served as Director of Recreation Facilities. She managed operations at many facilities, including four recreation centers, two multiple-sheet ice arenas, four outdoor pools, tennis centers, an indoor turf field house, mini-golf courses, batting cages, athletic fields and a pickleball complex.

Gould holds a master's degree in Parks and Recreation Administration.

Dollar Tree relocates

Broad Street Realty, a market-leading National commercial real estate services firm, announced the relocation of Dollar tree within Lamar Station Plaza to make room for the upcoming opening of Ross Dress for Less.

The new Dollar Tree location is 12,757 square feet.

The move was designed to make room for the newest anchor tenant, Ross Dress for Less, scheduled to open in October.

Arvada Sprouts to open June 28

Sprouts Farmers Market, one of the fastest-growing retailers in the country, announced it will soon finish construction on a new location in Arvada.

The 28,000-square-foot store will be located at 15050 W. 64th Ave. at the Arvada Technological Center. The store will open on Wednesday, June 28 at 7 a.m. Details about the grand opening celebration will be announced at a later date.

Arvada Tavern owners open bar

Mike Huggins and Lenka Juchelkova, owners of the Arvada Tavern and Klines Beer Hall in Arvada, and Union Lodge in LoDo, are opening another bar on on Tennyson Street. Tatarian, the new bar, will be in a 900-square-foot spot at 4024 N. Tennyson St.

The owners plan to turn the former beauty salon into what Mike Huggins calls a "modern cocktail bar," as opposed to serving pre-Prohibition libations as the couple does at Union Lodge No.1 or 1940s-inspired mixed drinks at their first bar, Arvada Tavern.

Renovation at Marcella Manor

Construction Manager and General Contractor Pinkard Construction Company has completed the second phase of renovation at Marcella Manor in Arvada.

Financing included 4-percent Low Income Housing Tax Credits and tax-exempt financing provided by Freddie Mac under its Targeted Affordable Housing TEL program arranged by Citi Community Capital.

Marcella Manor is owned within a partnership structured by Security Properties of Seattle.

Chiropractor opening

Golden Health Chiropractic will officially open for business on April 17. Golden resident Dr. Kevin Holman is opening up his chiropractic practice in the Golden Well Being Collective facility located at 410 9th Street. The business offers chiropractic health services to all ages with a goal of providing a comprehensive solution to the patient's health and wellbeing.

"Essentially, chiropractic has the potential to benefit anyone with a spine," said Dr. Holman.

For more information about Golden Health Chiropractic, visit www.goldenhealthchiropractic.com


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